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Wm 20 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY AORNjNG, APRIL 5, 1914. J1
Invade HyHe Park, London,
and Interfere With Demon
stration of Unionists.
LONDONr April 4. Suffragcttos
creatod a diversion during tho Unionist
m demonstration in Hydo Park today and
em a result 1 General' ' Mrs, Flora
m Drummond nnd the Misses lloRcrs aud
Virtue wore arrested.
Tho women, 1000 stronc, marched
through the London streets to the park.
H' Although the police had not tfiveu a
permit for the procession, tho women
forced their wav through tho crowds
m fathered at the jjatea of the park. The
mt paraders wera waving tho suffragetto
colors. ,, , .
Immediateh on their entrance to tho
park, crowds "of rowdies charged them.
Hi For an hour a fierco fight was iif prog-,
ress, tho police repeatedly interfering
to Bavo tho women from tho mob.
Miss Virtue was on the point of be
ing thrown into tho river when polico-
Hj men got her out of tho hands or her
m& Tn the meantimo Mrs. Drummond and
other speakers, perched on the shoulders
of men sympathizers, harangued the
crowd, making a particular point of in
terfering wtih the Unoinist speakers,
William Burdett Coutts and William J.
. Flicks, both members of parliament.
A delegation of twelve Americans,
who refused to give their namos,
marched in the woman's procession, car
rying the Stars and Stripes. One ot
them was identified as Miss Weathcrby
of Portland. Ore., while their loader do
scribed herself as a daughter of a xor
mcr embassador to Turkey.
I BOARD TO EXAMINE
PANAMA. April 4. Colonel Gcorgo W.
Cocllialt-, governor of tho canal r.one, to
(!av decided to appoint on Monday a
lioitrd composed of throo canal offlcialK
submitted by .lohn Burke, former chlof
of tlie commissary department, showing
IiIh flrainclnl position prevIouH to comlne
to the Isthmus to manaKo tho commla-
taIr. BuiUo recently roturncd to the
Isthmus. In the courao of an Interview
today he again 'asserted hla Innocence
II PUSHCART MEN MUST
I BE FREE FROM DISEASE
M SEY YOI5K. April 4. All applicants
for push-cart licenses hereafter will be
Q i vamlned by physicians of the city health
M department, and sufferers from tubcrcu-
j losls will not bo permitted to deal on the
! streets In poods that might become con-
91 This agreement was reached today by
IJ the bureau of licenses and tho health
You Suff erii Indigestion? .
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now is the time to take
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FOR HIGHER WAGES
BOSTON", Aliril 4. Wage Increases
ranging from 7j to 11 per cent were pro
vided for in an agreement reached by
tho St. Croix Paper company and union
officials today. The company haa mllla
at Woodland, Me. Tho labor representa
tives will lcavo tomorrow for Mow York,
where they will confer on Monday and
Tuesday with officiate of tho Grand Lake
Paper Bag company and tho International
Paper company, with a request that they
sign similar agreements.
Wo havo moved to larger quarters,
131 Main. Shields Stationery Co.
Style, jPW W
brace and Beauty151
in the new "Schloss-Baltimore" Young
Men's Clothes for Spring. These models
are uncommonly attractive; especially de
signed for particular men by a famous Fifth
Avenue Custom-Tailor, a genius of rare
I You U find the new SchlGss-Baltimore models
incomparable with any ordinary Ready Clothes,
and of a class and character which only the very
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Ask to 8ee the New Schloss-Baltimore
! On Sale in Salt Lake City by
PAYROLL BUILDERS OF
Utah. Above J. G. Mc
Donald, president J. G. Mc
Donald Chocolate company of
Salt Lake. Below 0. H.
Hewlett, Hewlett Brothers
Manufacturing company of
FINNISH ARTIST TO
OPEN STUDIO HERE
Paul Selin, an eminent Finnish paint
er, who recently came to Salt Lake to
make his homo, yesterday announced
his intontion to open a studio at 523
Vermont building. Since his arrival
hero Mr. Selin has executed commis
sions for tho Farmers' & Siockgrowers'
bank, the Weber club in Ogden, designs
for tho University of Utah aud several
I panels for the Eccles residence in Ogden.
Motion Is Continued.
Argument on tho moMon of Joseph
IJHlstrom for a change of venue was con
tinued two -weeks by Judgo M. L.. Ritchie
In the district court yesterday. Hillstrom
Is charged -with tho murder of J, G. Mor
rison. Ho nocks u change of venue on
tho ground that tho people of Suit Lake
county fero prejudiced ngnlnet him and
that ho could not obtain a fair trial for
Cashier Pleads Guilty.
OMAUA. Xeb., April 1. Albert C. Felt,
cnnhlcr ot tho failed First Xntloml bank
of Superior, N'eb., today pleaded guilty
In the fedora! court to tho charge of em
bezzling the funds of the institution and
was sentenced to five years' imprison
ment. Felt dloanpearod last winter bo
foro the bank closed, but gave himself
up in San Kranrlsro some weeks ago.
COAST LEAGUE HEAD
Eaum's System Calculated to Eemcdy
.. Confusion About Pitching
SAN FRANCISCO, April 4. Scor
ing instructions have been issued to of
ficial scorers ovor tho circuit this year
by President Baum. Tho executive of
tho Coast loaguo will follow the recom
mendations ot the baseball rules. There I
are no particular changes although such '
as they are will doubtless interest tho j
fans who like to keep tab. In brief :
Lhev are as follows:
Tho Cincinnati base hit is abolished.
Sacrifice fly is abolished, nnd will bo
labeled sacrifice hit.
Whore fly in such case is dropped,
batsman is to be credited with sucri
fico hit if it is the opinion of tho scorer
that the man would have tallied on
Catcher or inficldcr who attempts to
mako double play exempted from error
for throw, but this does not exempt
from error plaj'or who drops a thrown
ball to complete a double.
In event of attempt to steal base
prior to battery orror, stolen baso shall
be credited aud battery error charged.
Earned runs not to be summarized,
but instead "runs responsible for" to
show pitcher's record. In this charge
pitcher is not accountable for fielding
errors, cvon ono of his own, or passod
ball, but held to account for hits, stolen
bases', walks and hit by pitcher. Also
pitcher removed from game held re
sponsible for men ho leaves ou bases,
in evont they score.
In keeping record of men left on
bases, when two are out and piny is
made other than on man at bat, the
team is to bo chargod with ono left
on bases for man running 'from plate
filllPl lllill iIpspi
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